The Internal Revenue Service is putting together its next Taxpayer Advocacy Panel to make the tax administration system more customer-oriented, but it's already contending with a growing chorus of people who want to see major changes in the agency, if not outright dismantlement.
In the past year, the IRS has been contending with calls from presidential candidates whose campaign rhetoric included demands for sweeping changes in tax policy and the agency tasked with administering them.
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